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Circumference formula is?
"Please do not copy and paste your problems. If people are going to spend time to help you, you should at least spend the time to ask your question as clearly as possible." You're breaking the Code of Conduct...
To find the circumference of a circle, you can use |dw:1435687562986:dw| Where pi = 3.14, and r = radius
Since the radius is half of the diameter, you have divide the diameter by 2 and that'll be your radius
There is no correct answer because the asker has decided to copy-paste their question without caring about what they copy pasted and what didn't get copy pasted.
for what?....im trying to get help thank you I don't need to read that I know what im doing..i can get help if I want
@TheSmartOne a lot of people do that...?
Do you see any correct answer?
I know it's against the CoC, but tooooonnnnsssss of people do it.
@sammixboo A ton of people give direct answers... doesn't mean it's allowed...
And we're dealing with centimenters, and here we get "tt"'s in the answer choices for C and D...
yeah by the way I didn't copy and paste I write it down my self ...I don't give direct answers I post the WHOLE question so pl can work on it
oh really? Well your question is incomplete and there are no correct answers for your question.
trust me tho I understand what ur saying
"Find the exact circumference" We should see \(\sf \pi\) in the answer choices. And I see none.
and btw Sammi, why are you making them divide the Diameter by 2 and then making them multiply the 2 back into it? lol
Either way works, TSO. .-. Just the way I learned it
now that you said that @TheSmartOne I think now its 19.7tt which is D I believe
So @DaBest21 tt = the pi symbol, right? That is what I was thinking at the beginning
If so, you are correct.
can yall help me with a few more?
Another question = Another post
Please post that question in another post.
why its easier to do this ?
A post is for 1 question. There are many reasons, one is because posting more than 1 question makes the post get to long and confusing on which questions you got help on and which ones you didn't get help on. Another is that multiple people might help you on one post and you can not medal them all.